The Genesis record: a scientific and devotional commentary on the book of beginnings

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Baker Book House, 1976 - Religion - 716 pages
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The Genesis Record is the only commentary on the complete book of Genesis written by a creationist scientist. Written as a narrative exposition rather than a critical verse-by-berse analysis, the book is equally useful to both the theologically trained and the layperson.

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Review: The Genesis Record: A Scientific and Devotional Commentary on the Book of Beginnings

User Review  - Laura Hodgins - Goodreads

So interesting. I can't believe I read the whole thing. Read full review

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User Review  - Nancy Bandusky - Goodreads

Excellent uncompromising Biblical narrative commentary on the first book, the foundational book, of the inspired Word of God - The Bible. The author takes the reader verse by verse through Genesis providing information to fully understand this important, and often ignored, book of the Bible. Read full review

Contents

The Book of Beginnings
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About the author (1976)

Morris is retired as president of the Institute for Creation Research.

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